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Mindfulness-based therapy

“Few of us ever live in the present. We are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone” (Louis L'Amour)

Why therapy?

Sometimes we experience distressing periods that are characterized by more severe and more specific symptoms than  stress. This can be issues related to anxiety, depression, addictions, post-traumatic stress disorder and so forth. In such situations you may benefit from seeing a psychologist that can provide a fresh perspective.

Some of the courses offered through Mindfulness Malta will focus on the treatment of specific issues like the ones mentioned above. This will be evident by the individual course titles listed under "upcoming courses and workshops".

For more information about mindfulness-based therapy on an individual basis, please visit Anne Hamarsnes' website:


If you’re in doubt of what service to choose, just contact Anne, and she will help you figure out where to start from.

Mindfulness-based therapies helps you:

  • Be more aware of present-moment experiences
  • Be with present-moment thoughts and emotions without automatically acting on them
  • Become better at regulating emotions
  • Act more according to underlying values rather than previously learned patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving


Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy by Mark Williams (YouTube video)